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New Wildfire Fund

Updated: 05/18/2006 - Gov. Bill Owens signs a bill Thursday morning in Denver, putting $3.2 million each year into a fund to help suppress wildfires.

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Rare Disease Kills One in Colorado

Posted: 05/18/2006 - A patient at Littleton Adventist Hospital has died of a rare degenerative brain ailment called classic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

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Investing In Good Faith

Updated: 05/17/2006 - Three Colorado Springs men are arrested for allegedly scamming hundreds of people out of millions of dollars and now alleged victims are sharing their stories.

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Doomsday Scenario At NORTHCOM

Updated: 05/18/2006 - In part two of our series, we show you an inside, and exclusive look at how NORTHCOM deals with multiple emergencies at once as part of an extensive exercise.

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Most Wanted Sex Offenses

Updated: 05/18/2006 - Colorado Springs Police have identified the 100 Most Wanted Fugitives. 18 of those fugitives are wanted for sex crimes.

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Woman Charged in Swimming Pool Accident

Updated: 05/17/2006 - A woman is arrested and four children are in under the care of the Department of Human Services after a swimming pool accident.

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Doomsday Scenario At NORTHCOM

Updated: 05/17/2006 - If a terrorist attack, the bird flu and a hurricane all struck at once, would America be ready?

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Most Wanted Murder Suspects

Updated: 05/17/2006 - Three of Colorado Springs Police's 100 Most Wanted are wanted for first-degree murder.

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Springs Fire Tests Rescue Device

Updated: 05/16/2006 - A Colorado company is perfecting a device aimed at making fighting fires safer for firemen, and it's using the Colorado Springs Fire Department to test it out. It's called the Firefighter Rescue Transceiver.

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Parents Protest for Teacher

Posted: 05/16/2006 - Lupe Beltran has been teaching at Baca Elementary for 31 years and last week was given an involuntary transfer to another District 60 school.

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Fraud and Theft Indictments

Updated: 05/16/2006 - Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announces the indictments and arrests of three Colorado Springs men. They’re accused of securities fraud and theft, for their involvement in a hedge fund scheme, according to the Attorney General Suthers.

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HAZMAT Situation Closes Nevada

Posted: 05/16/2006 - A HAZMAT situation closes Nevada Ave. between Cache La Poudre and Monument, but is open now

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Teller County Fire

Updated: 05/16/2006 - Fire crews are keeping a close eye on a fire that started in Teller County Monday afternoon. More than 80 acres have burned in an isolated area between Cripple Creek and Victor.

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Opposition to Cultural Diversity Board

Posted: 05/15/2006 - A group of citizens hand over a letter of protest to Colorado Springs Mayor Lionel Rivera's office today. The group opposes a new cultural diversity advisory board that city council voted for last Tuesday.

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Flooding Hammers New England

Updated: 09/22/2006 - Emergency workers are prowling streets outside Boston in boats, warning people to get out of their homes before they're trapped by floods.

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Sending Troops to U.S./Mexico Border

Updated: 05/15/2006 - A White House official is confirming reports president bush will call for National Guard troops to guard the U.S. Mexico border. Sending troops to watch the Mexico border's been predicted for days and now it’s causing a stir at all levels.

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Illegal Immigration

Posted: 05/14/2006 - A White House official says President Bush will call for thousands of National Guard troops to be deployed along the Mexico border.

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Double Shooting in Springs

Updated: 05/14/2006 - Police are investigating a double shooting that happened early Sunday morning on the S.E. corner of Pikes Peak and Academy.

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Pinon Canyon Expansion Meeting

Updated: 05/13/2006 - Hundreds of people gathered in Pueblo on Saturday to find out more about the proposed expansion of the Army's Pinon Canyon Manueving Site.

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El Paso County Mumps

Posted: 05/13/2006 - El Paso County health authorities are monitoring their first mumps case since 1999.

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Barbara Yaklich Death Suspicious

Updated: 05/12/2006 - The 1977 death of Barbara Yaklich has been determined suspicious, but there is not enough evidence to rule it a homicide.

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Hantavirus Hits Colorado

Updated: 05/11/2006 - A word of caution before you start that spring cleaning as the year's first Colorado case of hantavirus has been reported. The State Health Department says a Huerfano County man became ill in late April. He remains in the hospital and is expected to recover.

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